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Common Ground Workshop

Common Ground Workshop

London, United Kingdom


Common Ground Workshop - Southampton Way

Common Ground Workshop

The creation of a comfortable and spacious home with a design philosophy derived from the building’s history, client’s requirements and neighbourhood’s need for regeneration.



Stair and patio detail

Stair and patio detail 






This project was undertaken with reputable London based design studio, ‘Twist In Architecture’. The brief for this Camberwell residential project was to create a comfortable and spacious two bedroom & two bathroom home consisting of a separate study which doubles as a second bedroom, large dinning and kitchen space, large double height lounge area, winter terrace, roof terrace and the master bedroom with the master bathroom at the top.

The design philosophy is derived from the building’s history, client’s requirements and neighbourhood’s need for regeneration. A clear architectural division is established between the ‘older’ part of the house and the new extension. We wanted to preserve the original look of the ‘old’ building, that the neighbouring residents are very familiar width, and to stay truthful to the original design and features. We also wanted to stay truthful to the contemporary client’s needs, requirements for light and aesthetic taste, so we proposed a fully glazed extension as a way to differentiate and complement the original look of the house. A dividing element is a structural element lining and separating old and new and supporting the new addition. View full project here: